The World's Gonna End On December 21st?
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Monday, 03 December 2012 18:13
I'm not afraid that the world's gonna end, I'm afraid shit won't stop happening.

Человек Vs. Человечество
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Saturday, 03 November 2012 13:15
Человек - разумное существо, но это не относится к человечеству.

Tell ISPs: No Punitive «Six Strikes» Plan - Or We'll Take Our Business Elsewhere
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Thursday, 18 October 2012 15:53

Thanks so much to the 50,000 of you who've told the ISPs that you oppose their punitive six strikes plan -- and will start looking for ways to take your business elsewhere.

This plan could be in place later this fall, so please let your friends know that the ISPs intend to start monitoring their access to certain sites -- and even disrupt their connections if they're accused of "infringement".

You can use these links, forwad the email below, and/or link your blog or website to our petition page:

Few Words On «Americans», Christianity Etc.
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Saturday, 13 October 2012 21:08

When your people came to our land, it was not with open arms, but with Bibles and guns and disease. You took our land. You killed us with your guns and disease, then had the arrogance to call us godless savages.
If there is a Heaven and it's filled with Christians, the Hell is the place for me.

Anonymous Native American

Now Your Internet Connection At Risk
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Thursday, 11 October 2012 12:12

Here it comes: After months of secret negotiations with the players who pushed SOPA, the major Internet Service Providers on the verge of implementing their "Six Strikes" plan to fight "online infringement".

With essentially no due process, AT&T, Cablevision Systems, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon will get on your case if you're accused of violating intellectual property rights -- and eventually even interfere with your ability to access the Internet.  (You can contest accusations -- if you fork over $35.)

Click here to tell the ISPs to back down -- or that you'll look to take your business elsewhere.

According to Wired, "The internet companies may eliminate service altogether for repeat file-sharing offenders, although the plan does not directly call for such drastic action."


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